5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- Concern about how others will judge us
- A process in thick responsibility for helping others is spread out among group members; thus, each member's responsibility is less than it would be if the person were alone
- In attribution theory the act of making judgments about the causes for another's behavior.
- The process of learning behaviors by viewing and imitating others.
- An attachment to a fixed area designated as ours alone and the tendency to defend it against intruders
4 True/False questions
Catharsis → A supposed process in which a person gets rid of aggressive energy by viewing others acting aggressively.
Crowding → The number of people per square foot in a given space
Attribution theory → In attribution theory the act of making judgments about the causes for another's behavior.
Risky shift phenomenon → A situation in which the risk associated with an act is split among the members of a group; hence, the risk is smaller for each person.